The Artist Sweater PATTERN- Dream (Merino Worsted)
The Artist Sweater PATTERN- Dream (Merino Worsted)
The Artist Sweater PATTERN- Dream (Merino Worsted)
The Artist Sweater PATTERN- Dream (Merino Worsted)
The Artist Sweater PATTERN- Dream (Merino Worsted)
The Artist Sweater PATTERN- Dream (Merino Worsted)
The Artist Sweater PATTERN- Dream (Merino Worsted)
The Artist Sweater PATTERN- Dream (Merino Worsted)
The Artist Sweater PATTERN- Dream (Merino Worsted)
The Artist Sweater PATTERN- Dream (Merino Worsted)
The Artist Sweater PATTERN- Dream (Merino Worsted)
The Artist Sweater PATTERN- Dream (Merino Worsted)
The Artist Sweater PATTERN- Dream (Merino Worsted)
The Artist Sweater PATTERN- Dream (Merino Worsted)
The Artist Sweater PATTERN- Dream (Merino Worsted)

The Artist Sweater PATTERN- Dream (Merino Worsted)

Vendor
Loopy Mango
Regular price
$9.50
Sale price
$9.50
Unit price
per 

This sweater is worked in the round from the hem to the armholes, then back and front are worked separately to the end of raglan shaping. The sleeves are worked in the round from the cuff to the armholes, then back and forth to the end of raglan shaping. The pieces are joined together for the yoke, which is worked in the round through the neckband. Finally, the raglan seams are sewn together. To achieve the right weight yarn is held double - pull from 2 balls of yarn at the same time. Cuffs, neckband and bottom rib are done holding two strands of same color yarn - C1 - Color 1. The rest of the sweater is done holding 2 strands of contrasting color - one strand of C1 - Color 1 and one strand of C2 - Color 2.

This listing is for the pattern only. After checkout, you will receive a digital copy of the pattern by email. 

If you would like to buy the full DIY Kit for this style, you can do so here.

DREAM (MERINO WORSTED) VERSION

Pattern level:  Intermediate

Sizes:  XS - 3X

Materials:

  • Loopy Mango Dream Yarn 109 yds 100 m | 50 g 1.8 oz each, 100% merino wool
  • Size US 13 (9 mm) 16” (40 cm) Circular Knitting Needles 
  • Size US 17 (12 mm) 20” (50 cm) Circular Knitting Needles 

Gauge:

Stockinette on size US 17: 8.5 sts/4", 13 rounds/4"; 1x1 rib on size US 13: 10 sts/4’’, 16 rounds4’’.

Note: Be sure to work your swatch in the round since the body and sleeves are worked in the round. For many knitters, working stockinette in the round yields a different row gauge than working it flat, since they are working only knit stitches, not knit and purl stitches.

Scroll right to see full chart:

Size

Yarn Amount

Width

Length

X-Small

6 balls in C1, 4 balls in C2

19" (48 cm)

22" (56 cm)

Small

6 balls in C1, 4 balls in C2

21" (54 cm)

22.5" (57 cm)

Medium

7 balls in C1, 5 balls in C2

23.5" (59 cm)

24.5" (62 cm)

Large

8 balls in C1, 6 balls in C2

26" (66 cm)

26.5" (67 cm)

X-large

9 balls in C1, 7 balls in C2

28" (71 cm)

27" (68 cm)

2X-large/3X-large

10 balls in C1, 8 balls in C2

30.5" (77 cm)

27.5" (70 cm)

 

 

Helpful video tutorials for this project:

  1. How to rib stitch
  2. How to decrease: slip slip knit (SSK)
  3. How to K2TOG
  4. How to Increase: Make One Left (M1L)
  5. How to Increase: Make One Right (M1R)
  6. How to knit sleeves with Dream yarn


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